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If you are dealing with wounds that just won’t heal as a result of diabetes, poor circulation, burns, surgery or trauma, the Wound Treatment Center Delray Medical Center is here for you. Together we provide you with a comprehensive evaluation and
treatment plan using some of the latest available techniques for wound healing. Our physician specialists and experienced nurses provide a personalized plan of care, complete with lifestyle counseling and prevention education.
Location, Appointments and Hours
Located on the Delray Medical Center campus in Palm Court Plaza, we offer easy accessibility and a team of experts with years of experience in wound treatment.
Palm Court Plaza 5130 Linton Blvd., Suite D-3 Delray Beach, FL 33484 (Corner of Military Trail & Linton Blvd.)
Call us directly to make an appointment at (561) 495-3412
If you have a persistent wound following surgery, trauma, a burn or illness, visit Delray’s Wound Treatment Center to prevent your injury from becoming more serious. Among the treatment options are debridement, negative pressure wound therapy, compression therapy and skin substitutes. Medical specialists will provide you a personalized plan of care, complete with lifestyle counseling and tips on prevention.
Conditions That May Require Treatment
Any wound that fails to improve with standard treatment
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